Mom Sliding Out of Nursery After Getting Her Son to Fall Asleep

In life, we all go through difficult experiences.  When people experience similar situations, there is an unspoken bond that is created.  As parents, we go through a lot of these.  Perhaps it is the challenge of trying to get your kids to eat something besides chicken nuggets.  Maybe it is the unique experience of potty training.  What about the experience of finally getting your child to go to sleep and doing everything possible to not wake your child up?  In this Share Saturdays video, we see a mom sliding out of her son’s room.  We laughed a lot but we also sympathized with this mom as well!

Tyrone and Caryn Morris reside in South Africa.  Like many parents, they have installed a baby video monitor so that they can keep track of their son, Brody.  It is dark in the room and the night vision has kicked in.  Caryn has finally been able to get her son to fall asleep.  This is where the video starts.  You see Caryn laying down on the ground.  She lays still so that she can assess the situation.  Is Brody really asleep?  Once she believes that he is, she starts to slide on the floor.  She is methodical and is not rushing it as she knows what could happen if she makes just one mistake.  Caryn is able to make it out of her son’s room without waking him up.  We have to applaud her and her sliding skills!  Seeing her slide had us laughing so hard!

For many parents, the video might trigger memories of the great lengths they would go through to not wake their child up.  We also think that some of the laughter comes from understanding where Caryn is coming from.  We applaud the parents and their dedication to their children!  Enjoy the video!

The best thing about having cameras in your house is watching your wife trying to exit the room after putting your son down!! Sometimes you have to use your initiative for your exit!! PS The SA Army are calling me for you to do training on the reverse leopard crawl !!

Posted by Tyrone Morris on Saturday, January 14, 2017